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of the commute. leyla gulen? >> the drive along 101 through san rafael into central san rafael we have clear conditions and closer to 580 and sir francis drake we have construction out this blocking a couple of lanes southbound 101 to the waldo tunnel so watch out and we have more construction to get to along 101, 380, and the westbound 380 to southbound 101 will be closed until 6:00 a.m. due to road work and as we look at fremont, northbound 680 between mission boulevard south to mission boulevard north the drive as you come up, that is looking at three lanes blocked until 6:00 a.m. >> thank you, it is 4:39. >> the bay area city plan to keep some people out of certain neighborhoods. >> a real life version of the movie "footloose" and why these protesters are using fancy footwork to force changes in the law. but first the tech bytes this morning. >> in today's tech byte apple issues an apology to the customers in china, the c.e.o. admitted there has been some confusion about the repairing warranty policies and vowed to institute improvements. a major victory for the start of arial which will
in his people he can stuff in his mouth. more than 10,000ppñ# . >> if in marin the city of san rafael reaching out to certain group of people hoping to convince them to behave better in public. it's a map featur featuring trouble spots and suggestions for what they should and should not do. john is life in san rafael tonight with the story. john? >> well this is that paper map. it was developed by the police department. and saint vincent depall where hundreds of homeless people eat every day. it's a tray liner with a list of things not to do. >> one man picked through trsh container along fourth street in san rafael. another hom homeless person walked a bike with belongings at intersection. mild compared to what some homeless people have done at someplaces. >> some want to do drug in the bathroom or people that they kind of have a real independent attitude out here they do what they want to do. >>reporter: so now after complaints from residents and businesses san rafael developed a map with so-called hot zone. areas near fourth street lincoln avenue where police answer hundreds
...love. . >> if in marin the city of san rafael reaching out to certain group of people hoping to convince them to behave better in public. it's a map featur featuring trouble spots and suggestions for what they should and should not do. john is life in san rafael tonight with the story. john? >> well this is that paper map. it was developed by the police department. and saint vincent depall where hundreds of homeless people eat every day. it's a tray liner with a list of things not to do. >> one man picked through trsh container along fourth street in san rafael. another hom homeless person walked a bike with belongings at intersection. mild compared to what some homeless people have done at someplaces. >> some want to do drug in the bathroom or people that they kind of have a real independent attitude out here they do what they want to do. >>reporter: so now after complaints from residents and businesses san rafael developed a map with so-called hot zone. areas near fourth street lincoln avenue where police answer hundreds of calls over the past year. city asking homeless people to stop dumpster
of san rafael reaching out to certain group of people hoping to convince them to behave better in public. it's a map featur featuring trouble spots and suggestions for what they should and should not do. john is life in san rafael tonight with the story. john? >> well this is that paper map. it was developed by the police department. and saint vincent depall where hundreds of homeless people eat every day. it's a tray liner with a list of things not to do. >> one man picked through trsh container along fourth street in san rafael. another hom homeless person walked a bike with belongings at intersection. mild compared to what some homeless people have done at someplaces. >> some want to do drug in the bathroom or people that they kind of have a real independent attitude out here they do what they want to do. >>reporter: so now after complaints from residents and businesses san rafael developed a map with so-called hot zone. areas near fourth street lincoln avenue where police answer hundreds of calls over the past year. city asking homeless people to stop dumpster diving avoid usi
not launched the first glass bottom plane and if you believe those, april's >> san rafael, south bay, and pleasant done and all the bay area. >> good morning, everyone, coming up on 5:13. the beautiful bay bridge is in the background here. san francisco is looking at 52 degrees right now. meteorologist, mike nicco, and the bay area forecast. will health us know what else is in store around the bay area this morning. >> north korea is vowing to restart the nuclear facility as a united states destroyer moves to the region. a reactor was shut down as part of an international nuclear disarmament talk that have stalled. our reporter is in washington, dc, and joins us with the latest >> good morning, eric. plutonium is the most common fuel used in nuclear weapons and today not korea plans to develop more of it. >> the nuclear stand off with north korea this morning has grown more dangerous. the leader kim jong-un vowed to restart a dormant reactor at the main nuclear facility which could produce enough material for one atomic bomb each year. the latest move by north korea follows weeks of
across the bay area may not be the case for long. we'll talk about that later. highs 89 in san rafael. 91 in livermore, 92 in fairfield. 83 in oakland. 88 san jose and a warm 77 degrees in san francisco. if you think it's too warm wait until you see what coming later on this week. >> speaking of fires two acres of grass burned thup morning after a bird flew in into a power line. the fire broke out near stanley dollar drive this morning. firefighters kous doused flames in 30 minutes. the flames never put homes in danger. a low wind at the time kept the fire from spreading faster. >> two weeks ago today the boston bombings happened. the fbi interviewed the man known as mischa in rhode island after the suspect tammerlan tsarnaev's uncle named a convert to islam brain washed his nephew. the suspected mother talked about mischa saying he opened their eyes about islam and was a good, nice man. two u.s. officials say he had nothing to do with the bombings. the "wall street journal" reporting female dna was found on explosives used by the bombers but investigators are not sure who that sample bel
away because of issues like dumpster diving - defacation and other problems. for san rafael resident ted dimarco. asking is not enough. >> asking. they should not be asking, they should be telling. there needs to be more control. >> it is a first step >> reporter: san rafael mayor says the creation of the hot zones is a collaborative effort between the city';s police department and st. vincent de paul, who serves hundreds of meals to homeless individuals. >> it is an ongoing problem >> reporter: this homeless man had no comment to me about the hot zones. as he decided to leave the area on his own accord. the mayor says the police will not be forcing homeless to leave under this hot zone plan. >> it is not about being caught but voluntary. and he says they are trying to come up with some additional services for homeless >> we are trying to do what we can to help them. through your health and human services. quite frankly, we need more resources for shelters. >> reporter: in san rafael, terisa estacio, kron 4 news. >> here's a map to show you where homeless people in san rafael are bei
are not slowing down at all whatever coming north down this hill to lucky drive leader in san rafael. there is a lot of standing water out there and it has been steady rain for hours upon hours so as you head out there, be careful, and here come as car i thought they would dry by and splash us, there is so much standing water, puddles and spray we hope they do not hydroplane because there are many opportunities to do that this morning. our abc7 morning news team saw rain coming in to the city from castro valley, from the peninsula, from the east bay, marin county has been nonstop. as the meteorologist said, mike nicco, it will be rough out there. these people are pressing on their brake rather than just driving at a moderate speed so we hope you will drive slowly out there this morning. reporting live in san rafael for abc7 news. >> stay with abc7 news for continuing coverage and we will check with mike nicco and leyla gulen in the traffic center and traffic the storm online with live doppler 7 hd at abc7news.com. >> happening now, this is a live look from 4th and howard where presid
the bay area. some areas may tie or perhaps break records. we'll be awfully close. santa rosa, san rafael, oakland, san jose, livermore, there are a few more to add to the list but i didn't have any more space. when i come back, i will have an extended look at what you can expect for today and i will share more on the cooling trend coming our way. >>> forced furloughs could mean travel delays nationwide. that's because budget cuts will result in air traffic controllers taking mandatory days off. alex savidge is live with what things look like at sfo. alex? >> reporter: good afternoon. an airport spokesperson told me they've seen a few minor delays but doesn't believe that's an impact of these budget cuts at the federal level. we do know that here at sfo and across the country, there are few air traffic controllers up in the towers and passengers are worried flight delays could get worse. sequestration cuts to create headaches for airline passengers. the move has some passengers fired you. >> congress needs to get their act together and maybe they need to give up some of their assistants a
look at that, 52 is as cold as it gets around santa rosa and up around san rafael. 58 at half moon bay, low to mid-50s around the bayshore. take look at the next three days a few changes in the forecast. today is wet but clear the clouds tomorrow and we'll see a warming trend through wednesday. wednesday will be the warmest afternoon and more wet weather for thursday. let's find out the morning commute. >> 87 drive is looking clear, no crashes but wet roads. this is the julian off-ramp. in san jose, we have a brand-new crash report. car southbound 280 hit a tree at winchester. we'll follow that in just a little bit. we are looking at areas in marin county where fog could be a hazard. you are looking a little bit of reduced speed. 55 miles an hour out of lucas valley and into san rafael. >> eric: next, dramatic video of a bus engulfed in flames and the scare for people who weren't on the bus. >> and emergency surgery overnight for the college player that horrified the sports world. here is this morning's tech bytes. >> in today's tech bytes. will sony play station four be hard to get. t
are looking at the drive, san rafael along 101 if you are headed into central san rafael at petaluma we have clear conditions and it stays nice moving down to 580 and beyond to sausalito and the waldo tunnel. in the east bay, we are trafficking a car that went over the mountains on highway 35 but traffic is not affected. in the east bay we have an overturned truck northbound 680 at mission boulevard and it sounds like there could be injuries but one lane remains blocked. >> developing news now, san jose police are trying to figure who was the man whose body was found burning on a freeway on-ramp as firefighters battled a brushfire last night. abc7 news reporter is live along highway 85 with the latest. >> the gruesome discovery is a very big shock to the firefighters of san jose who spended to the on-ramp from highway 85 in san jose for a small fire. they found much more as they tried to put the fire out late tuesday they discovered a body close to the sound wall in
marin, the commute down 101 headed into central san rafael the drive is not seeing any problems so you will be taking a quick drive into sauce least and over the golden gate. >> 4:39. a new round in the legal battle over california's death penalty. the pitch the state is about to make to get executions going again at san quentin. >> help for young baseball players in the east bay, an abc7 news story led to >> covering daly city, dublin and los gatos and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> tomorrow, california will try to revive the death penalty system. the first district court will review a 2011 stopping executions. the order came over prison failures to use one drug rather than three to put unmates to death. if the state switches to a single drug approach the move requires more than a year's worth of legal hearings. >> professional athletes on california teams stand to lose state workman's compensation insurance for injuries on the job. they will meet with players and league officials from pro football, hockey, basketball and baseball to discuss it. the measure by a fresno democra
records. 87 in san jose and 87 degrees at napa. and we beat some of the records in oaand, san rafael, and napa, those are the old records. we beat them by 1, 2, 3, and 5 degrees. it's not going to last for long because look at that. fog returned to the golden gate bridge and that's the natural air-conditioning that kicks in after a heat spell. it will do it tomorrow and big time midweek. we'll have the entire forecast and tell you when to expect the real cooling trend when we have the forecast a few minutes from now. mr. bastida. >> thanks. the warm weather drew a huge crowd to the annual 4/20 smokeout at golden gate park. they left it totally trashed. in more ways than one. check it out. joe vazquez found out partyers aren't the only problem for city parks right now. >> reporter: about 15,000 people came out here to the golden gate park this saturday with the express purpose of getting high. the city is saying the mess that was left behind is a new low. they call it 4/20, the celebration on 4/20 in golden gate park. 420 happens to be code for marijuana, and that happens to be the
rosa airport 91. san rafael 89. 87 oakland. oakland airport 85 it was 83 at sfo and moffitt field coming in in the upper 80's. we'll not see record tomorrow but we are expecting cooler weather i'll be back to show the temperatures. >> thank you. >> following breaking news out of san francisco tonight. bart is experiencing major delay after woman was pulled from the track at 24th and mission. not clear if she jumped or fell. train that sped into the station missed her. fares say she was not hit because she was on a mr. form beneath the track. woman injured her leg during the fall. has been taken to the hospital no. word yet on when taken service will be running back to normal. >> well plan to allow small knives open plane again delayed. transportation security administration postponed the plan until it hears from advisory panel of airline consumer and law enforcement personnel. policy would also have allowed golf clubs and hockey stick and other sports items as carry on. the tsa wanted security to focus on more tapping russ things. bay area congressman says these items ar
. >> chris owns a san rafael gun show and here families are taught how to handle guns and stay safe in an emergency. >> since then, in the first quarter of 2013 we have seen a 20% increase in the number of folks that have come into the training program. those folks, i would say at least 25% of them have had some questions how to better protect their young ones at school. >> jacob says they are asking about bulletproof backpacks. >> we have to work with the parents and educate what the situation is and provide options and solution for that specific situation. >> bulletproof backpacks are not sold widely in stores. to get one you have to look online. prices range from200 to $300 and they weigh around three pounds. dan larsen says anything to help keep his son and daughter safe is a good idea. >> a backpack would be easy, grab your backpack. >> other parents feel like bulletproof backpacks for kids is an extreme reaction. >> you want a positive atmosphere, not like predicting something bad is always going to be happen. >> gloria from san francisco has triplets in preschool. >> to selec
something to happen where you can't take action. you have to take action. >> chris owns a san rafael gun show and here families are taught how to handle guns and stay safe in an emergency. >> since then, in the first quarter of 2013 we have seen a 20% increase in the number of folks that have come into the training program. those folks, i would say at least 25% of them have had some questions how to better protect their young ones at school. >> jacob says they are asking about bulletproof backpacks. >> we have to work with the parents and educate what the situation is and provide options and solution for that specific situation. >> bulletproof backpacks are not sold widely in stores. to get one you have to look online. prices range from $200 to $300 and they weigh around three pounds. dan larsen says anything to help keep his son and daughter safe is a good idea. >> a backpack would be easy, grab your backpack. >> other parents feel like bulletproof backpacks for kids is an extreme reaction. >> you want a positive atmosphere, not like predicting something bad is always going to be happen
counties tara moriarty is live in san rafael where a grass fire broke out early this morning, tara? >> that is right. >> reporter: the patch of burned grass is right here and firefighters believe it may have started because of a cigarette butt and it is unclear how it can start so quickly. it was put out quickly by crews and they issued a warning that a lack of rainfall has left our wild lands in danger of burning. already they have responded to 680 wildfires across the state and that's way above average this time of year. open burns will be banned to limit the risk as fire season gets underway. that includes santa clara, san mateo and santa cruz counties. what causes 95% of fires, we will find out coming up in the next half hour. tara moriarty fuse news. >> thank you, jury selection in the murder case of an alleged killer joseph naso is set to begin. >> it is killing four women in contra costa in 1973 and 1974. all of the women were found along the roads. joseph naso himself faces the death penalty if convicted. >>> we learned two u.s. service members were based no northern califo
down. as we look at the drive along 101 out of marinwood into central san rafael a good drive northbound and southbound direction no problems coming from the waldo tunnel to the golden gate bridge and as we look at the map, we do have some construction along theory monday san rafael bridge at the toll boulevard until 6:00 a.m. and a quick look at san jose where we have a big rig northbound 101 that went down in a ditch. >> it wasn't terrorism concerns but something else that forced american airlines to ground hundreds of flights. we are live in washington, dc, with what american passengers could be facing today. >> how you can express your a covering santa clara, san francisco, east bay, and all the bay area. this is abc7 news. >> another big story we are watching, american airlines passengers have their fingers crossed. tens of thousands were stranded yesterday by a large technology meltdown. the airline is hoping for near normal operations today. we are in washington, dc, with the latest. >> good morning, kristen, a huge mess for american airlines. their systems are up and r
is 83 and 88 in santa rosand in san rafael and sa mateo is 82. those are possible record highs. today is the warmest day in the forecast headed through the next couple of days, look how much cooler it will be by thursday with temperatures become to average at continue to 15 degrees cooler. we have other possible record high democrats but first i want to get you traffic with leyla gulen. >> at 6:10 we are tracking a couple of issues in san jose. southbound along 101 before you reach dunn avenue, a car that will woulded over could have been traveling at a high rate of speed and now it is resting on the shoulder on the roof. we have spectators slowing in the northbound direction and the accident southbound 101 at dunn avenue and in hair, -- in hayward, before industrial boulevard, we are starting to see extra traffic on the san mateo bridge and a look at san mateo along northbound 280, there is a car and a problem blocking one lane. >> ladies, you will be watching this closely, kate is showing east baby bump and the weekend event where the duchess was front and center. >> first, facebook
is just to say, south of novato, between novato and san rafael where 101 and 37 come together. we have a hot spot near the airport south san francisco and san bruno and near piedmont so we have light-to-moderate rain and the heaviest rain moved through but the band on the left side of the screen, that is moving toward the north bay. expect it to be wet for the next three to four hours. we will have a chance of scattered showers this afternoon. the heaviest rain is falling right now. the traffic is from leyla gulen. >> a rainy thursday or friday eve. this is the drive along the san mateo bridge. we have a report of an accident westbound hitting the decline, a solo vehicle spinout. we have a lane blocked but no delays right now. reduce the speed on a day like this. day in the center lane because the outer lanes pool. we have areas of flooding. the golden gate bridge is very wet. it could be slippery. we have green and blue. the blue areas are the heaviest rain but we have flooding along southbound 101. watch out for a foot of standing water in those lanes. katie marzullo and eric? >> tha
to show you *where homeless people in san rafael are being asked to avoid.the so called hot- zones officials are targeting. this is downtown san rafael just west of highway 101. one hot zone is the area around fourth and "b" streets. also around fourth and "a" streets. this is the heart of a popular theatre and restaurant district in san rafael. couple blocks away.another hot zone along lincoln avenue between third and fourth streets. that's where the hospice by the bay thrift shop is located.another popular gathering place for transients. >> jacqueline: dry conditions for tomorrow there is another storm impacting us. late wednesday as for the current conditions and temperatures are in the 60s in antioch. 60s and snap-on. the low fifties for the coast. pretty mild. we will see areas of dense fog. it will be slow to clear out. and warmer away from the coast. as i mentioned, the rainfall is returning to the as i mentioned, the rainfall mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! don't stress. we can figure this
dangers start today in several bay area counties. live in san rafael where a grass fire scorched a small area today, tara? >> reporter: you can tell it is going to be a warm day today and if you take a look over the fence you can see there is a patch of burning grass and it's an example of how quickly grass can catch fire. a discarded cigarette began the first one and they quickly put it out. they are beefing up training in the east bay and santa clara county and they have issued a warning that a lack of rainfall has left the area ripe for burning. california has already responded to 700 wildfires across the state and that's way above the average for this time of year. open bands will -- bans will start to limit the risk as fire season gets underway and that includes contra costa santa clara and santa cruz counties. in the hills above dublin and livermore, we will tell you how it compares to years past. >>> holding a meeting this week, they are going over plans for security for major events. now the hearing comes in the wake of the deadly bombings in the wake of the boston marathon. they
. san rafael, san jose, and downtown a high of 77 degrees. tomorrow evening going to get windy, humidity is low as the temperatures go up. that means high fire danger. north bay hills, east bay hills. tomorrow evening through wednesday evening, you are under a red flag warning, that is the highest level of fire danger. a big ridge of high pressure mainly offshore. still working close to us. notice the cloud cover right here. away from us rather than toward us. a that's a sign of the offshore, tomorrow will be warm but the not hot. unbelievably 90 degrees. mid to upper 90s starting wednesday through friday. the heat gets going with everybody getting the offshore wind to the coastline. that will last all the way until saturday. about four hot days after a warm one tomorrow. what's warm, this is pretty warm for you. 73 for san francisco. 86 for livermore. san jose 82. 10 to 15 degrees above average. vallejo 85. mountain view, what's hot, i'd say thursday is hot. 87 near the bay. gets hotter on friday. stays hot on saturday. if you're looking for relief, you don't like the hot stuff, we're g
in san rafael 70s to lower 70s, or 83 for san jose, the only places in and around passive can with the on shore breeze continuing and there is a bit of a sea breeze there for you today. forecasted highs are slightly cooler than rebounded. a little bit of a change as we get into friday and perhaps it is the hottest day even for the coast temperatures remain above average but not hot. >> thank you mayor are you. >>> crews are searching for a missing san francisco sheriff's deputies oh affect say it started around 6 with a cell phone on board. the men has not been released as we zoom in here and we will look at the search effort focussed. at least it looks like one area where crews are searching a helicopter and divers and police and salvano sheriff's deputies are all helping with the search. we will continue to follow this story and bring you more information as soon as it comes into our newsroom. >>> god end state warriors, we are tell you what is next. it . >>> stocks are higher to report spending rows and pending home sales is the lowest in years and the nasdaq is up 27 and t
over to the richmond and san rafael bridge eastbound, you will notice one lane open out there between the toll lazy and canal boulevard, the cones will be picked up at 6:00 a.m., on northbound highway nine the crash is leaving a lane blocked and we are seeing some delays in that area. >> 5:09. brace yourself for more airline fee hikes. the bloomberg business report is next. >> we are just under three hours away from a gathering of all five living presidents, an event bringing them together today is ahead. >> how much would you pay for a coffee date with a c.e.o. of apple? he is auctioning himself >> we have breaking news from bangladesh, the number of people killed in a building collapse is close to 200, jumping overnight to 194. authorities say many are still trapped and rescuers are working around-the-clock to reach them and police ordered the building to be evacuated the day before the collapse because of huge cracks that formed in the walls. that order was ignored. officials say 2,000 people were ordered to keep working. >> people living in a small next it is town will gather to h
's definitely lit up from concord and alamo, walnut creek and then orinda, la fayette, richmond, san rafael right over the golden gate, sas lee -- sausalito. one low, not done. it's still kind of parking itself over california. look at this. another one on its way for probably late wednesday into thursday. sun and clouds. off and on rain. possible thundershowers. the dynamics were best when the low came over us. it could pop up in the valley. 60s to near 70 on the temperatures. it's baseball, opening night for the as. it looks partly cloudy. i think the rain will be gone by then. mostly sunny into tuesday, wednesday and then rain into friday. okay saturday. there are hints of a cold system sweeping by on sunday. >>> 7:11. remembering the victims of oikos -- of oikos. >>> on the move, the surprising now areas that mexican drug cartels are showing up here in the u.s. ♪ ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ ♪ i don't wanna be right ♪ [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -
new we seeing very good driving conditions making the commute into central san rafael and to 580. we have construction going on in san francisco. we will take it to your eastbound 80 freeway, the off-ramp is shut down until 5:30 and we are look at volume building here. also, the transition from southbound 101 to eastbound 80 is also closed and you can see it is causing a backup in that area. >> 5:03. giants' fans you get your baseball fix. the defending world series champions host the cardinals in the home opener at at&t park. barry is on the mound. abc7 news reporter cornell better nerd joins us live from the park with preparations for game day. >> live from the dugout, no doubt, giants' baseball is back if san francisco. the field is ready. the lights are coming on at at&t park and a beer pickup just arrived. the excitement is building, the defending world champions host st. louis in the home opener and the team will be raising the 2012 worm series championship flag. the giants return home after winning two of three games in los angeles to start the 2013 season. the starting pitche
-year-old because i play angry birds? >> good morning, everyone. san rafael this morning 101, no fog, a few clouds. look at the temperatures today, anywhere from two degrees warmer than yesterday in hayward to three in san francisco, to 11 in concord where we are back in the mid-to-upper 70's. around the state it is quiet with warm weather through the central valley and mid-to-upper 70's and 73 in los angeles and the weekend, possibly you are going to disneyland, and 7 in sunshine today, and 80 for saturday and sunday. have a great time. leyla gulen? >> good morning, everyone, at 5:25 we are going to alamo with the fatality, along stone valley road and a car and a light pole and stone valley is shut down in both directions. this is going to affect your commute off of 680, avoid stone valley road exit. if you are going your children to school that will be affected. give yourself extra time. remember, international boulevard in oakland is re-opened after early police activity. >> thank you. 5:26. five living presidents were on hand yesterday for former president george w. bush's library dedication i
-- teenager made it to safety. >>> we're live in san rafael where a burn ban goes into effect today. we'll tell you what firefighters are saying about the upcoming fire season and why they are concerned. >> reporter: you depend on -- you depend on ambulances to arrive quickby but that's not what was happening here. that story when "mornings on 2" continues. look at them kids. [ sigh ] they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show. show?! man, i was happy to see a sneezing panda clip! trevor, have you eaten today? you sound a little grumpy. [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. >>> temperatures are rising in the bay area and that means an increased risk of wildfires. ktvu channel 2 reporter tara moriarty is live in san rafael with information on a burn ban and a grass fire that broke out just a few hours ago.
if sausalito and 78 in san rafael and petaluma, and low 80's for the rest of the north bay valley and low-to-mid 60's with increasing clouds in the north bay beach and mid-70's to low 80's along the east bay shore and we will have low-to-mid 80's in the east bay valley but, still, another nice night to be at at&t park but not so calm or as warm as yesterday. we will have 63 at 7:15 pitch and dropping down to 58. the seven-day outlook shows a steady decline in the temperatures tomorrow, thursday, and they build back up friday and they hold even all the way through the weekend. have a great day. leyla gulen? >> beautiful traffic to go with the beautiful weather. this is the drive at the toll on the bay bridge and you can see traffic is slowing smoothly headed into san francisco. when we get into san francisco, we still have construction projects and that will wrap up at around 6:00 a.m. eastbound 80 between 101 and 4th off-ramp you will see that closure a couple lanes out there until 6:00 a.m. and also the 8th street on-ramp to eastbound 80 is shut down. cones will be picked up at 6:00 a.m.
but warmer next week, almost like today. have a great day. >> as we look at the drive into central san rafael 101 southbound the tail lies are moving down 580 with a few extra folks. if sausalito, nobody, along 101 we have a couple of lane closings until can a.m. between waldo tunnel and spencer avenue so you could see delays into marin. we have more construction along the coast, north of the tunnel along highway one we will have one way traffic control in affect until 7:00 and that is causing paving work and in san jose northbound along 880 between 101 to the expressway, until can a.m., we have a couple of lanes blocks and a look at the drive along 280 headed through san jose northbound looking clear out there. >> leyla gulen, we are coming up on 5:19. had trouble getting your iphone or ipod fixed you could have money coming to you. >> a bedding friend difficult is underway in the 9 u.k. to get the name of the royal baby. an amazing foul ball catch at mannerers game. >> today, we have something for everyone and the record will be set by latoya jackson, and nurse jackie ♪ [ acoustic guitar:
generally designed for stay of one year or less. in sacramento, abc 7 news. >> police in san rafael distributing fliers showing several so-called hot zone for the homeless to avoid. fliers developed after complaints from local business owners and intended to discourage thehe h e homeless from hang out at fourth and a street and fourth and b and thrift store on lincoln avenue that you see represented there on the map. police chief says the map is not so much a threat as it is a gentle reminder an way to open up communication with san rafael homeless population. >> is san jose firefighters is back at work after suffering a massive heart attack on the job seven months ago. 41-year-old frank ryan went in cardiac arrest while fighting a fire at st. patrick's ka that he had rall last august. the 17-year-old -- 17 year veteran returned to active cute today at station one. he says he feels great since he left the hospital and he's thankful that he was with the right people when he suffered this heart attack. >> we do this every day. i was lucky enough that it happened at the fire and e
in the center divider, be came of that. the drive at san rafael, we have fog out here and it could cause visibility of three miles. be careful. kristen and katie? >> thank you. >> caught on camera, the expensive baseball brawl between two california teams leaving one key player injured. >> first, a man dies on a west coast escalator. an article of clothing led to his death. >> john kerry is in south korea as worries over >> covering daly city, dublin/pleasanton, and all bay area, this is abc7 news. >> good morning, at 6:13. downtown san francisco shows just a little bit of low cloud cover or marine layer over the bay. but it will be a clear and sunny and dry and warm day. you will love it. if you like cool taste over the weekend, you will love that, too. mike has the details. >> from seattle this morning, the washington state labor department is investigating a man's death on an escalator. the 42-year-old was found dead at the bottom of an escalator at a metro station. he had fallen on the escalator causing his shirt to get stuck in a mechanism. the man then choked to death. the labor de
to dublin and 101 out of san rafael, from the golden gate bridge it is a short 12 minute drive. >> thank you. >> south korea makes an offer to the north to diffuse a growing nuclear crisis. north korea's unmistakable reply. >> new cases of the bird flu and their location is making doctors worried about the spread. first, though, this morning's america's money report. >> good morning, topping america's money it is general motors and ford developing a new transmission assembly lines could be installing it in vehicles by 2016, expected to meet new feel standards and carbon dioxide admission. 42 is the best opening, ever, for baseball movie, the jackie robinson picture brought in $27 million over the weekend. >> that is america's >> covering benicia, san ramon, san mateo and all bay area, this is abc7 news. >> welcome back, a beautiful monday morning and a look from the roof camera from the abc7 news studios looking at the bay bridge, one of a few bay area bridges with high wind advisories today. leyla gulen will have the latest on how that will affect your traffic and mike nicco, our meet ocean
to the junction. as we take a look at the drive coming from marin to central san rafael, that is a decent drive, as well, so, southbound 101 is clear making it to 580 and further to sausalito and over the golden gate bridge. what we do have, though, is construction back to the east bay along highway four, the southbound on-ramp to eastbound 4 is going to be shut down for a couple of months and the construction project is starting today so what you can do is take leland road to railroad and that will curve around and redebt you to highway just. 580, the drive is decent already but we are seeing some slow downs at 51 miles per hour over the altamont pass and loosen up as we get closer to livermore. >> next at 5:00, the amazing medical breakthrough bringing new home to people suffering from kidney diseases. >> 78-year-old man 5' from a boston marathon explosion was the first to fall. >> this is the sorn right new in boston, what was the finished line area, the city is waking up today as america's latest terror target. our coverage will continue in a moment. >> covering san rafael, south bay, pleas
painting festival is set to run to downtown san rafael after a two-year hiatus, according to the marine independent jour italian stre pnt festival this june. unlike years past it will be $5 to get in. the festival was held for 17 years in sap ralph until 2011 when the nonprofit arts organization canceled the event because of lack of funding. coordinators are trying to raise the $120,000 needed to bring the colorful festival back. >> toyota says prius sales could slow even more if gas prices keep falling. >> here is jane king with the bloomberg business report. >> are you guilty of sharing netflix account with fans or friendly? they could tighten up the policies or boost prices. right now the company has no restrictions on the number of pc's tablets or phones you can use or the number of people who can sign in. an analyst estimates up to 10 million people use the service for free. drivers have enjoyed lower ay.ces at the pump and pricescos aaa says the nati average is $3.52a gallon down 17 cents from a month ago. that is not good in us for toyota with the top executive saying it could le
cities will cost you more. tax rates are now breaking down as marin county 8.5 and san rafael and novato will pay 9%. tax breaks in santa clara is 8.34 and you will now have to pay 9% and that rate is 9 and quarter. we got mixed reaction from residents and some say it is another expense they cannot afford. >> these are very high and i don't think we can afford it. not only are we facing rent increase but we are facing food raising and everything, you name it. >> they say it is necessary to help with improvements. >>> and the city is giving a heart-felt welcome back to one of their own. firefighter and medic helped to fight a three-alarm fire at st. patrick's cathedral. quick action saved his live at a welcome back breakfast at station one and members of the department said they were glad to see him and he said he was glad to go back to work. >> i feel healthy and strong and happy to go back. >> they said firefighters never left his side while he was in the hospital and they raised money to bring over his family to help with his recovery. >>> and the university will hold two memorial conc
. >>> y le damos un vistazo a la temperatura actual, 51 en san francisco, 55 en san josÉ, y 49 en san rafael, ya volvemos con mucha mÁs informaciÓn. ♪. ♪. ♪. >>> una familia al sur de california pide ayuda de las autoridades para esclarecer el hecho donde muriÓ un hombre cuando fue a sacarse una muela del juicio. >>> el nÚmero de mujeres infieles aumenta en estados unidos, antonio valverde tiene las causas de esta tendencia. >>> es feo tener la duda. >>> hemos perdido un poco el respeto por la parebaja. >>> para otras no es una sorpresa tan grande. >>> para mi eran antes los hombres mÁs, pero ahora estan casi iguales. >>> las mujeres infieles aumenÓo en un 215 por ciento en estados unidos el Último aÑo. >>> ellas dicen que no quieren seguir la misma relaciÓn que tuvo su mamÁ. >>> la mujer con su infedelidad tiene que ver con las falsas expectativas del matrimonio. alguna buscan una alternativa en anÓnimo. > todas insisten en que necesitan respeto entre otras cosas para no caer en infidelidad, pero no se puede culpar solamente a los hombres. >>> hay que ver que quieren
temperatures and still a lot of 40s here more so than yesterday, san rafael is in there 45 concord, 5 to 10 degrees cooler and there is still a north breeze in some higher elevations but it will be clear sunny and milder, bumping temperatures up, a we have a sense of a westerly breeze and everything says warmer weather sunday and monday. >>> coming up, it is a story we have been following, a suspicious device marking the anniversary of the 1906 quake and fire and we just learned it led to a big change. >>> devastation, a deadly fire near waco, we will be right back. . >>> we are following a massive explosion that caused devastation and the mayor says it is their most important priority right now. >>> live in san francisco to commemorate the earthquake victims, it will not be held at the original area and a bomb scare forced everybody to change plans. >>> we will tell you what led up to last night's gunfire. >>> and a break-in the marathon bombing case, it is all ahead on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> good morning, thank you for waking up with us, t
santa rosa. 89 san rafael. and temperatures continuing to moderate a little bit. a live view from emeryville. 69 san francisco. the mountain view, 80 but cooler in santa cruz. temperatures into 50s there. another live view and further readings 86 in fairfield. 75 in union city. take a look at the forecast. it will be clear with patchy coastal fog. around the bay and inland cooler pattern developing for the week and will be cooler tomorrow for the coastline. taking a look at coastline, high pressure dominant feature today. bringing us more dry pattern but the warmth peaked already. temperatures moving off into the week. low temperatures into low 50s. we'll see upper 40s on the coast. then, following time line at 5:00 in the morning fog moving northward place as long coastline will remain warm tomorrow and around the bay. not at record levels as it was today. high temperatures low 80s, 83 san jose. peninsula, highs 77 in san mateo. and mid 8 -- 60s on the coast. downtown san francisco a high of 72 tomorrow after highs of 82 today. we'll see low 80s in the north bay valleys tomorrow,
down to the bay taking a look at record highs for this date. 91 santa rosa. 89 san rafael. and temperatures continuing to moderate a little bit. a live view from emeryville. 69 san francisco. the mountain view, 80 but cooler in santa cruz. temperatures into 50s there. another live view and further readings 86 in fairfield. 75 in union city. take a look at the forecast. it will be clear with patchy coastal fog. around the bay and inland cooler pattern developing for the week and will be cooler tomorrow for the coastline. taking a look at coastline, high pressure dominant feature today. bringing us more dry pattern but the warmth peaked already. temperatures moving off into the week. low temperatures into low 50s. we'll see upper 40s on the coast. then, following time line at 5:00 in the morning fog moving northward place as long coastline will remain warm tomorrow and around the bay. not at record levels as it was today. high temperatures low 80s, 83 san jose. peninsula, highs 77 in san mateo. and mid 8 -- 60s on the coast. downtown san francisco a high of 72 tomorrow after
in santa rosa and concord, and 86 at fremont and palo alto and 80 at oakland and 87 in san rafael, record high at 72 in san francisco and 68 along the coast and 80 in oakland. temperatures tomorrow take a dip at two to four degrees and the winds come back so i put a fire danger tuesday night into wednesday. they bring the dry and warmer weather for thursday when we will see more record highs fall. this is going to be with us all week. >> we have a few accidents dragging the commute in san jose as you travel along 101 northbound, this is solid red from the 680 freeway. that is because of a crash that is blocking one lane. headed into the east bay through fremont, blocking one lane, northbound 680, we have plenty of brake lights to show for it and as we jump to westbound 80 a crash is blocking two lanes and we have a two-mile backup and the top speed is running at 20 miles per hour. the bay bridge toll plaza the metering lights are on with plenty of traffic headed into san francisco. >> the warriors are the top of the bay and head what you need to know if you want to attend the possible gam
for affected at&t customers. >> all lanes of highway 101 in san rafael are we open this morning after a pedestrian was killed after being struck by two cars. it happened last night near the junction of north san pedro road and highway 11 around 8:30 p.m.. the victim was walking along the freeway and step out in front of an oncoming car and fell into the road. the victim whose identity has not yet been released, was pronounced dead on the scene. >> britain's iron lady is be laid to rest with a level of, and protest reflecting her status as a commanding political figure. world leaders and dignitaries from 170 countries are attending the funeral of former british prime minister margaret thatcher today. it is expected to be an elaborate affair with full military honors in a service at st. paul's cathedral in london. the queen and her husband prince philip will be among the mourners, who include 11 prime ministers from all around the world, former u.s. secretary of state henry kissinger and former u.s. vice president dick cheney. thatcher died last week after suffering a stroke. she was 87
. >> he lived in a low income canal district in san rafael. he was in a day care program to support three kids. >> cofounder brought the idea of scholarships more than 20 years ago after seeing a dance program in new york that worked with inner city kids. >> we got scholarships. i think our idea all we had to do is put it out here. hey, everybody, we have scholarships. >> it took someone to find those children. that person is felicia a performance star of marin. >> i had scholarships that were offered by marin ballet and i went to the child care center, and john was the only boy of eight girls to say, i do. >> the only reason i was able to go to marin ballet was because of that. >> it acts a bridge for low income kids so they can experience cultural activities outside of school like the marin ballet. >> it's having their us from. >> they were very huge influence in making sure i had my shoes, my uniforms, making sure i had transportation. >> fer performing stars got him involved and moved him off to the national ballet of canada where he completed his training and went on to a professiona
and these are the record for dalt santa rosa airport 91. san rafael 89. 87 oakland. oakland airport 85 it was 83 at sfo and moffitt field coming in in the upper 80's. we'll not see record tomorrow but we are expecting cooler weather i'll be back to show the temperatures. >> thank you. >> following breaking news out of san francisco tonight. bart is experiencing major delay after woman was pulled from the track at 24th and mission. not clear if she jumped or fell. train that sped into the station missed her. fares say she was not hit because she was on a mr. form beneath the track. woman injured her leg during the fall. has been taken to the hospital no. word yet on when taken service will be running back to normal. >> well plan to allow small knives open plane again delayed. transportation security administration postponed the plan until it hears from advisory panel of airline consumer and law enforcement personnel. also hae would also have allowed golf clubs and hockey stick and other sports items as carry on. the tsa wanted security to focus on more tapping russ things. bay area congressman
to happen where you can't take action. you have to take action. >> chris owns a san rafael gun show and here families are taught how to handle guns and stay saf >> since emergency. >> since then, in the first quarter of 2013 we have seen a 20% increase in the number of folks that have come into the training program. those folks, i would say at least 25% of them have had some questions how to better protect their young ones at school. >> jacob says they are asking about bulletproof backpacks. >> we have to work with the parents and educate what the situation is and provide options and solution for that specific situation. >> bulletproof backpacks are not sold widely in stores. to get one you have to look online. prices range from $200 to $300 and they weigh around three pounds. dan larsen says anything to help keep his son and daughteris a ge is a good idea. >> a backpack would be easy, grab your backpack. >> other parents feel like bulletproof backpacks for kids is an extreme reaction. >> you want a positive atmosphere, not like predictingo be happen. >> gloria from san francisco has triple
skies, temperatures are all in the 50s and i saw 55 and 58 in san rafael, and temperatures today will be warm, not as warm as yesterday but it will be close anywhere from 60s to lower 90s and the bigger change starts tomorrow. the system in the north will give us a cool down but the winds turn more east and there is our system to the north, we just clipped more in reno nevada and it also means higher fire dangers. it is already high enough with 10 to 15 degrees above average, especially in the north and east bay hills, it also means warmer patterns and san francisco yesterday going 66 and the trend is take that temperature up, up, up, up all the way through the end of the week probably. 48 half-moon bay, walnut creek and napa. northwest breeze higher elevations skier skies and it is also a warm one 88 concord, walnut creek, 89 in livermore, 90 gilroy, discuss, 83 san jose, 74 san bruno and 72 in san francisco, palo alto, woodside and menlo park. tuesday and wednesday we have a warmup and wednesday into thursday and even into friday and cooler on the weekend. >>> they have bold ne
's take a look at highs 92 in antioch and fairfield. 90 in napa and 89 in san rafael. ties the record high for this date in san rafael set back in 1957. we had numerous locations hilting oor exceeding 90 degrees today. here is a live view looking at western skies. it's mainly clear, temperatures right now 72 degrees in san francisco. 71 across the bay in oakland. san jose 80 degrees a cool 59 in half moon bay. another live view looking southeastward here in downtown san francisco. also looking at blue skies, further readings and warmer ones at that. 85 in santa rosa. 85 in livermore and 84 in los gatos, flying down to san jess yeah skyline. we'll see record warmth this week. not just today, but more records likely. later in the week windy conditions developing tomorrow night with a red flag warning in affect for high fire change danger for the hills into wednesday. pulling back now satellite image over the last 12 hours shows movement of a dry cold front not bringing rainfall but will bring gusty winds and increasing our fire concerns. we have a wind advisory for the east bay, well, east b
in antioch and fairfield. 90 in napa and 89 in san rafael. ties the record high for this date in san rafael set back in 1957. we had numerous locations hilting oor exceeding 90 degrees today. here is a live view looking at western skies. it's mainly clear, temperatures right now 72 degrees in san francisco. 71 across the bay in oakland. san jose 80 degrees a cool 59 in half moon bay. another live view looking southeastward here in downtown san francisco. also looking at blue skies, further readings and warmer ones at that. 85 in santa rosa. 85 in livermore and 84 in los gatos, flying down to san jess yeah skyline. we'll see record warmth this week. not just today, but more records likely. later in the week windy conditions developing tomorrow night with a red flag warning in affect for high fire change danger for the hills into wednesday. pulling back now satellite image over the last 12 hours shows movement of a dry cold front not bringing rainfall but will bring gusty winds and increasing our fire concerns. we have a wind advisory for the east bay, well, east bay hills, south bay and diab
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